Beneath the caricatures, Ronnie Convery discovers a thoughtful portrayal of two ordinary men trying their best.
Welcome to edition two of Adamah, the new online journal aimed at stimulating thought and reflection on life’s big – and not so big – issues. Christmas has lit up the last month both in expectation and celebration and the feast’s secular cousin, the New Year, is upon us with, ironically, a very Christian call […]
If we want educational reform to achieve its goal, we need to know why we are educating our children, Roy Peachey argues.
The little boy
wants to cry
but I won’t let him
A poem by Peter McCrudden Convery
What’s it like to pack your life up into cardboard boxes and move across the sea? A new diary, beginning today, by Glose Jeanjean charts the challenges of taking her family towards a new life in another land.
There was no room but each excuse had its own space,
Every negation required its own dimensions.
Comfort of course demands numerous metres squared,
A poem by Joseph Evans